Inscribe

To carve or mark something. For example, carving a rune into a candle is to inscribe that candle.

inscribe

[v] - draw within a figure so as to touch in as many places as possible 2. [v] - write, engrave, or print as a lasting record 3. [v] - address, as a work of literature, in a style less formal than a dedication
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Inscribe

• (v. t.) To draw within so as to meet yet not cut the boundaries. • (v. t.) To mark with letters, charakters, or words. • (v. t.) To imprint deeply; to impress; to stamp; as, to inscribe a sentence on the memory. • (v. t.) To write or engrave; to mark down as something to be read; to imprint. • (v. t.) To assign or address...
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Inscribe

In·scribe' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Inscribed ; present participle & verbal noun Inscribing .] [ Latin inscribere . See 1st In- , and Scribe .] 1. To write or engrave; to mark down as s...
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inscribe

1. To write or engrave; to mark down as something to be read; to imprint. 'Inscribe a verse on this relenting stone.' (Pope) ... 2. To mark with letters, charakters, or words. 'O let thy once lov'd friend inscribe thy stone.' (Pope) ... 3. To assign or address to; to commend to by a shot address; to dedicate informally; as, to inscribe an ode to a ...
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inscribe

inscribe 1. To write, mark, or delineate (words, a name, characters, etc.) in or on something; especially, so as to be conspicuous or durable, as on a monument, tablet, etc. 2. To write or enter the name of (a person) upon an official document or list; to enroll. 3. To dedicate (a writing or work of art) to a person by a short inscription (placed a...
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